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Friday 21 November 2014
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London: A thousand apples for a thousand years of Borough Market
Old, rare, ugly: Brorough Market’s apple store reveals 1,000 varieties to celebrate the harvest
Northern Ireland: You’ll never get a better bit of butter
From humble beginnings, Northern Ireland’s homegrown producers count world-class chefs amongst their...
Rotterdam’s Blue Food Economy
Martin Guttridge Hewitt:
Oyster mushrooms grow in an abandoned swimming pool, and someone is mixing rum punch in what was...
A Welsh Food Safari
I'm walking from Caernarfon to Cardiff with a stop at Caerphilly. The journey will take me through a giant...
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Parma ham for pudding?
Germany: Wine Tasting and a Light Show in Riesling Wine Country
Setubal: Dessert wine and dolphins
Copenhagen: Beer and Cake In the Danish Capital
Portland, Oregon: A Food Hub in the Pacific North West
ROB TRAIN KNOWS SPAIN
Musings from the Iberian Peninsula
Catalonia: Calcot Season
The only thing Catalans love more than the finer things in life are the finer things in life that nobody else has got.
Food Hotel: Senzone at Hospes Madrid
Carpaccio de calamar in reduced ink served with rice was like a Bond film: smooth, suave, and holding all the cards. Rob Train gives Senzone's new tapas menu the nod.
Just Mad about Saffron: La Mancha, Spain
The world’s costliest spice, historically a root of avarice, may now hold the key to mellowing the opiate trade in Afghanistan. Rob Train investigates
WHERE IN THE WORLD TO EAT
Great global eats
National Ice Cream Month: Quirky Ice-Creams From Around The World
July is national ice-cream month. Here are some of the quirkier ones.
Where in the World to Eat: Sydney Brunch
Could brunch be more laid back? Zoe Perrett doesn't think so.
Where in the World to Eat: Chamonix
Chamonix resident Caroline Face suggests some of the best places to eat whilst avoiding fondue and the tourist traps.
Helen Hokin's Spring News
Spring has made an appearance, at last and we have al fresco ideas from picnics in the park to sky-high snacking in London and all over the world.
Helen Hokin's Winter Picks
I’m considering relocating to Barbados. I could swap my reindeer onesie for a designer one-piece and save on heating bills without the hassle of switching suppliers every other month.
Helen Hokin's Autumn Picks
Travelling to a different part of the world usually means sampling the local cuisine, but if you’re headed somewhere as uninhabited and challenging as the Antarctic, then you only get to eat what you bring with you.
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